The Secret To The Mazda Prototype's New Speed Is Its Engine Swap For 2016

The fancy Mazda Prototype used to be the diesel-powered weirdo of the series now known as the WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, but they had to drop the ability to raise VW owners’ eyebrows for a more conventional powerplant this year. What does the team think of the switch so far? It seems to be working!

Every Lambo At Daytona Was Penalized For Being Faster Than The Series Expected

An unapproved restrictor is allegedly to blame for the Lamborghini Huracán GT3's insane performance at this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona. According to Racer, IMSA slapped every Lamborghini in the GT Daytona class with a sandbagging-related penalty today, moving two competitors down in the results.

Every Single GT Team Was Busted For 'Underperforming' Before The 24 Hours Of Daytona

The Roar Before the 24 is an important event in American endurance racing. It’s the first opportunity to test new cars for the the IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship. IMSA uses data from the event to equalize the cars, which only really works if teams run to their full potential. Of course they didn’t.


The Roar Before The Rolex 24 Shows Off The Rad New Endurance Racers Of 2016

The end of the offseason is so close, I can almost smell it. It smells like Florida, and in this case, I’m entirely okay with that. IMSA’s big test weekend, the Roar Before The Rolex 24, is happening now, and it’s essentially a big preview for the 24 Hours of Daytona as well as the rest of the season.

Here Are The Magnificent Lunatics Who Will Pilot The New Ford GT At Le Mans

Anyone wonder what ex-Nissan LMP1 driver Olivier Pla and ex-BMW factory driver Andy Priaulx were up to in 2016? Well, they’re joining ex-Aston Martin ace Stefan Mücke and Guy Who’s Driven Everything Marino Franchitti to pilot Ford Chip Ganassi Racing’s new Ford GT in the World Endurance Championship.

Report: Alfa Romeo Could Field The Best Sounding Prototype In American Sportscar Racing

Alfa Romeo wants to expand its brand in the United States, so what better way than through sportscar racing? According to Racer, multiple sources claim that Alfa has met with IMSA officials about joining in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s revised P2 class after the 2017 rules go into effect.